Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists articles by Scoville Fellows

Michael Bhatia (Fall 2000)
• wrote The Peace Allergy: Why the U.S. Military Had No Plans for Post-War Iraq, July 1, 2003

Sarah Chankin-Gould (Fall 2003)
• co-wrote Double-Edged Shield, May 1, 2005

Kelsey Davenport (Fall 2011)
• co-wrote Keeping Tabs on Nuclear Security Commitments, March 31, 2015
• co-wrote For nuclear security, good intentions are not enough, February 20, 2014
• co-wrote The future of nuclear security, June 24, 2013

Robert Golan-Vilella (Fall 2010)
• co-wrote Promises, Promises: A Progress Report One Year After the 2010 Nuclear Security Summit, April 6, 2011

Hannah Haegeland (Fall 2015)
• co-wrote The terrifying geography of nuclear and radiological insecurity in South Asia, January 22, 2017

Youliana Ivanova (Spring 2002)
• wrote Bulgaria: Goodbye Missile, Hello NATO, September 1, 2002

Daryl Kimball (Fall 1989)
• co-wrote It’s time to cut American’s nuclear arsenal, September 30, 2016
• co-wrote Rethink oldthink on no use first, August 29, 2016
• wrote End the Test Ban Limbo, January 1, 2001

Michael Kraig (Fall 1998)
• co-wrote The NPT: Can This Treaty Be Saved? September 1, 2003
• wrote Safe or Sorry: The “Y2K Problem” and Nuclear Weapons, March 1, 1999

James McKeon (Fall 2014)
• wrote Scottish independence could leave UK nuclear weapons homeless, August 20, 2014

Pat Ortmeyer (Fall 1994)
• co-wrote Worse Than We Knew, November/December 1997

Andrew Prosser (Spring 2004)
• wrote Criminal Pursuits, letter to the editor, March/April 2007

Kingston Reif (Spring 2008)
• co-wrote It’s time to cut American’s nuclear arsenal, September 30, 2016
• co-wrote Rethink oldthink on no use first, August 29, 2016
• wrote The experts assessing the Iran agreement of 2015, July 14, 2015
• wrote The experts on the Iranian framework agreement, April 2, 2015
• wrote The promise of the Syrian chemical weapons plan, June 12, 2014
• wrote Ukraine and the future of nonproliferation, April 3, 2014
• wrote A necessary evil, January 22, 2014
• wrote Making a nuclear deal with Iran, November 20, 2013
• wrote Pentagon pushes for billions to refurbish nuclear bombs, October 25, 2013
• wrote Would the United States ever actually use nuclear weapons? September 17, 2013
• wrote Don’t blame Moscow, August 5, 2013
• wrote What Obama should say on nuclear weapons, June 18, 2013
• wrote It’s smart to scale back nuclear weapons spending, May 21, 2013
• wrote Could a nuclear-armed Iran be contained? April 18, 2013
• wrote Nuclear Weapons Cuts Will Make the United States Safer, March 6, 2013
• wrote Does missile defense work? February 8, 2013
• wrote Nuclear Myths (and Realities), January 15, 2013
• wrote Romney Strikes Out on Nukes, October 22, 2012
• wrote Prague, Revisited, September 17, 2012
• wrote Cold Comfort, August 27, 2012
• wrote Whither the Anti-Terrorism Budget? August 2, 2012
• wrote 13 days — and what was learned, June 22, 2012
• wrote The Politics of Reduction, May 10, 2012
• wrote  The Case for the CTBT: Stronger Than Ever, April 9, 2012
• wrote When Less Is Not More, March 12, 2012
• wrote New START: One Year Later, February 2, 2012
• wrote What the Super Committee’s Failure Means for Nuclear Weapons, December 14, 2011
• co-wrote Two Treaties. One Congress. No Time to Wait., September 16, 2011
• co-wrote Parting Words: Gates and Tactical Nuclear Weapons in Europe, July 14, 2011
• co-wrote Sharing New START’s Negotiating Record is Unwarranted, September 17, 2010
• wrote Nuclear Weapons: The Modernization Myth, December 8, 2009
• co-wrote Will the Senate Support New Nuclear Arms Reductions? June 23, 2009
• co-wrote The RRW’s Vacuum Tube Myth, April 22, 2009

Sarah Williams Savoy (Fall 2010)
• co-wrote For nuclear security, good intentions are not enough, February 20, 2014
• wrote Voluntary regimes can advance nuclear security, November 8, 2013
• co-wrote The future of nuclear security, June 24, 2013
• wrote After bin Laden: Nuclear Terrorism Still a Top Threat, May 13, 2011
• co-wrote Promises, Promises: A Progress Report One Year After the 2010 Nuclear Security Summit, April 6, 2011

Travis Sharp (Fall 2006)
• co-wrote Sharing New START’s Negotiating Record is Unwarranted, September 17, 2010
• wrote Local Priorities vs. National Interests in Arms Control, August 28, 2009

Bernadette Stadler (Spring 2017)
• co-wrote Save the INF Treaty—but not by repeating history, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September 13, 2017

Mark Sternman (Fall 1992)
• reviewed The Arms Production Dilemma: Contraction and Restraint in the World Combat Aircraft Industry, May/June 1995

Rachel Stohl (Fall 1997)
• wrote It’s time for transparency in the US lethal drone program, June 16, 2016

Masako Toki (Fall 2001)
• wrote Can Japan become a bridge-builder for nuclear disarmament, August 19, 2015
• wrote Heavy lifting ahead in the Japan-India nuclear deal, February 10, 2014
• wrote Opportunity After the Disaster, July 17, 2012
• wrote Leaving Its Comfort Zone: Japan’s Special Role in Creating a World Free of Nuclear Weapons, August 17, 2011
• wrote Japan’s Dilemma: Nuclear Trade vs Nuclear Disarmament Advocacy, November 3, 2010
• co-wrote Taking Control: Stopping North Korean WMD-Related Procurement, September 1, 2010
• wrote The North Korean nuclear test: The Japanese Reaction, May 27, 2009
• wrote Japan’s Response to the North Korean Satellite Launch, April 3, 2009
• wrote Missile Defense in Japan, January 16, 2009
• co-wrote Japan’s Struggle to Limit Illegal Dual-Use Exports, September 5, 2008

Hisham Zerriffi (Fall 1995)
• co-wrote Magical Thinking: Another Go at Transmutation, March 1, 2001
• co-wrote The stewardship smokescreen, September/October 1996
• co-wrote The U.S. can’t have it both ways, March/April 1996